Mark is a former lawyer and professional translator with over 20 years' experience in researching family history for individuals, corporates, probate research firms, TV companies and law firms worldwide. He is based in London (with its local and national archives) and leads The Time Sleuths. He has experience in most aspects of genealogical research and specialises in the 19th and 20th Centuries, London, English, Scottish and particularly European ancestry with its stories of displaced persons and migration.
Mark's research has featured in television shows on both sides of the Atlantic, including several episodes of "Who Do You Think You Are?".
He is a qualified member of AGRA, a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists, the Society of Genealogists and the Law Society, an associate of the Chartered Institute of Linguists and a qualified member of the Institute of Translation & Interpreting. Mark is part of the "Ask the Experts" team at the annual "Who Do You Think You Are?" show in the UK.
He also loves a challenge...
Specialist subject keywords: British Isles; Great Britain; United Kingdom/UK; Scotland/Scots/Scotch; England; Wales/Welsh; Latin; naturalisation; naturalisations; naturalization; naturalizations; Poor Law; workhouse; legal records; Solicitor; attorney; adoption; London Metropolitan Archives; LMA; National Archives; TNA; British Library; BL; City of Westminster Archives; Guildhall Library; London Family History Centre; LDS; wills; intestacy; Aberdeen; Aberdeenshire; military; service records; army; navy; air force; criminal; heir searcher; Huguenot; Huguenots; title deeds; property; land; illegitimacy; East End; Eastern Europe; Poland; Polish; Resettlement Corps; Kresy; Siberia; Carpatho-Rusyn; Ukraine; Ukrainian; Lithuania; Lithuanian; Latvia; Latvian; Estonia; Estonia; Belarus; Belarussian; Russia; Russian; Czechoslovakia; Czech Republic; France; French; Italy; Italian; Austria; Austrian; Austria-Hungary; Galicia; Galician; Hungary; Hungarian; Romania; Romanian.
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